7 ways information intelligence can help you achieve more

Seven ways that adding intelligence to records and information management can help organizations do more in their data pipeline and reduce costs while gaining efficiencies.

Jason Franks

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December 10, 2021
7 ways information intelligence can help you achieve more

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Once modern productivity tools are introduced, it’s easier for employees to do their work and collaborate in a secure way. Job done? It’s tempting to think so.

But soon it becomes apparent that sleek, well-designed apps don’t address all information management issues and that organizations remain at risk of missing out on key insights that help capitalize on opportunities. And they may not be handling records and data in a compliant way.

To solve compliance issues and thrive, organizations need to infuse their tools with intelligence. The question then becomes: Does this infusion of intelligence cost extra? And will adding yet another layer disrupt workflows and processes?

Luckily, organizations find it’s well worth the investment. State-of-the-art information management not only boosts efficiency, but also reduces costs and regulatory risk.

Stay ahead of the curve while cutting costs

An intelligent information management platform that uses machine learning provides various benefits that reinforce each other. In total, it adds significant value and cost savings and redefines what your organization is capable of today and in the future.

With intelligent information management, your organization can:

1. Increase process efficiencies

Centralized recordkeeping of all content sources means that data and information are no longer isolated in silos. Bridging the divide between teams and departments brings huge dividends in streamlining processes.

2. Universally apply policies at scale

Automated data classification using machine learning results in more accurate business intelligence derived from the entire organization and ensures that records and information are handled according to policy.

3. Save employees time

When employees find it much easier to discover information, they’re not wasting countless time scouring your systems for the right files and records.

4. Do more high-value work

The time employees save using an intelligent system can be spent on more productive, high-value activities, such as engaging in strategic planning or providing superior customer service.

5. Keep your data secure

Avoid mishandling data and failing to maintain compliance, which risks severe financial penalties and leads to lost consumer trust.

6. Get more value from what you have today

Your existing network, systems of record, software, and collaboration platforms are valuable, and they are there for a reason. There’s no need to toss them out and start from scratch. A smart information management system plays well with others so you can enhance rather than replace—a much more cost-effective approach.

7. Avoid costly operational disruptions

An intelligent information management platform makes it possible to smoothly transition from legacy IT systems to the cloud without costly delays or complications.

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